Our comprehensive range of products means we can offer individual solutions to solve each unique heating and hot water challenge. Take the following case studies for example. Perfection is hard to come by. That’s why we’re so proud of our success stories.
Maiden Erlegh school was in need of a new, more efficient heating and hot water system. After consulting with Hydro Heating Solutions 12 x Vaillant ecoTEC 120kW wall-hung boilers were installed to replace the old atmospheric natural gas boilers
Built in 1972, the Ballance Street block of 196 flats was in need of new heating boilers. Curo Group chose Vaillant as the replacement for the existing 3 x Viessmann Vertomat 575kW boilers.
Known as ‘Tate Gallery’ until 2000, the building was opened in 1897 and house The British Art Collection containing 70,000 artworks by over 3,000 artists dating from 1500 to the present day.
Installing contractor Mark Coyle of Universal Gas Services knew exactly where to turn when called on to replace an ageing mix of Potterton wall and floor boilers in this historic building – the site visits and guidance provided by Vaillant would ensure that the products specified met the needs of the client in the best possible way.
Built in 1980, this sheltered housing development comprises a range of 61 flats in studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom configurations with mobility standards.
Ageing Hoval boilers were replaced with three ecoTEC 120kW boilers together with a Vaillant VCR 103 boiler mounting frame with hyrdaulics and insulation for ease of installation.
According to industry standard, the average life of a boiler is estimated to be 15 – 20 years depending on use and maintenance. Clarks’ distribution centre in Kendal was relying on two particularly outdated boilers, one estimated to be 46 years old, the other 32 years old.
Ground Heat proposed a Vaillant integrated renewables system consisting of an auroTHERM solar thermal array on the roof and two 22kW geoTHERM ground source heat pumps.
In late 2011/early 2012, Vaillant’s headquarters in Belper, Derbyshire was subject to a £3.5 million refurbishment and extension. Home to both the UK manufacturing operation and UK and Western Europe head office functions, the aim was to create a highly efficient, renewable technologies-focused building.